If you are on Windows 7, Windows 8.1 or Windows Phone 8.1, you will be eligible for a free upgrade inside the first year of Windows 10. Microsoft made the announcement this morning at an event on its corporate campus outside of Seattle.
On stage, Microsoft’s Terry Myerson pitched Windows 10 as a service, instead of simply an operating system that a user installs. Or, put more simply, the company views the next version of Windows as the hub of its various services.
The conference was mainly focused on the upcoming Microsoft operating system: Windows 10 . And it seems that Microsoft has learned the lesson of Windows 8 and disappointment that its latest OS has generated among its users. Microsoft has taken the lead early in the conference and announced that the migration of Windows 7 or Windows 8 to Windows 10 will be free and will without reinstalling software, or without losing data.
New things in Windows 10:
1) A start menu revised and modernized
2) Spartan Internet Explorer replacement?
3) Cortana in the heart of Windows 10
4) More room for the video game
5) A special mobile version
6) Universal applications are a reality
Windows 10 released at the end of the year 2015